CALLEDOUT MUSIC DROPS NEW SUMMER HIT- "JOY".

August 7, 2020

If the last two years are anything to go by, it should be no surprise to hear the news of yet another summer tune from CalledOut Music this year.

 

In August 2018, he released his award winning single; ‘Love Around’ which has become a global anthem  at his live performances.

 

‘Awesome Wonder’ was released in the summer of 2019 with amazing  visuals and a vibe that was apt for the season.


This year his summer tune is a song titled; ‘JOY’ -a breath of fresh air for the times we’re in. The singer announced the release on Instagram last week and since then his social media pages have been buzzing with excitement.

 

Joy is an unexplainable excitement and peace that this world can’t give or takeaway because it comes from the true source of all Joy - Our Heavenly Father’.


In a recent interview, the multi-talented singer songwriter said, ‘My prayer is that every song I put out blesses someone and ignites a joy in their heart that no one can take away!’

 

 

The light-hearted, bright and catchy lyrics in this new track remind us of the reason why we love CalledOut Music so much. His songs are such a blessing.

 

After a year touring Paris, Amsterdam, Canada, Germany, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and the UK, CalledOut earned himself ample acclaim with the way he connects with his fans both on social media and his humble presence as a live performer.

 

He clearly makes sure God is at the centre of everything he does and concert goers love it. Since the tour, he released his second album ‘Portraits’ under HFP Music Label.

 

 


‘JOY’ was written & performed by CalledOut Music, co-produced by CalledOut Music & Jay Picasso, and mixed & mastered by Whitehouse Group.  


This track is available to download and stream on all digital platforms from today.

 

 

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